I’ve been reading the site of Chris Sells for some time, tracking his blog. I find that often his posts lead me across the net, following references from place to place, learning some interesting things on the way.

Today, I found the very interesting blogs.msdn.com page, where the blogs of a vast number of Microsoft employees are listed for reading. Worth a look if you’re a developer interested in anything Microsoft related.

A key thing I found of interest was the blog of Brad Abrams, on which he talks about “Design Guidelines, Managed code and WinFX”. In particular, an older entry talking about when to use an Enum vs Boolean arguments.

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